Hope College News

2018 May

  1. Alexis Thompson: Translative Lessons From Athletics to Career

    Posted by Eva Dean Folkert

    By Eva Dean Folkert Alexis Thompson ‘17 would not quit. It was not even a consideration. Sure, her interview process was arduous — 11 interviews in all for Stryker Corporation, a leader in medical and surgical equipment and supplies — but she was used to hard work, to tenacity, to playing until the final whistle. … Continue reading Alexis Thompson: Translative Lessons From Athletics to Career

    Alexis Thompson: Translative Lessons From Athletics to Career

2018 Mar

  1. March Madness and the lengths people go to try to reduce uncertainty

    History News Network

    "The madness of March has been going on since college basketball postseason events began in the late 1930s," says Dr. Chad Carlson, associate professor of kinesiology and JV men’s basketball coach. "They are and always have been built on uncertainty."

    March Madness and the lengths people go to try to reduce uncertainty
  2. Talk on March 28 to Feature the History of Basketball’s March Madness

    In the midst of the season itself, Dr. Chad Carlson of the Hope College kinesiology faculty, who is the author of a history of March Madness, will explore the origins and impact of national championships in basketball.

    Talk on March 28 to Feature the History of Basketball’s March Madness
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